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Episode 43 · 2 years ago

Ep.#43 Twinny Twin Twin

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New year, same old schmucks! We take a look at the decade that was and how little our hosts actually knew about the 2010's, despite living through them. Then Toby manages to make Dave a wee bit queasy with a Mandela Effect quiz.

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...believe in conspiracies, the paranormal or anything like that. It'll still make you scratch your head and be like Huh, what do I believe? Well, I love magic, I really do. If fucking like I know it's a card tricker, you know, a slight of hand or whatever, but it still impresses the crap out of me. If I went to a like a restaurant or something and a magician is going table to table, I'm giddy like a five year old kid. Come here, make me a balloon animal, please, Mr Magician, please. Yeah, know it. It's impressive, even if you if you're sitting there being all bitter and sour about it and you're like a, magic's not real. Just how quick they are is impressive. I actually just lowered their standards for all magicians. I just mentioned a balloon animal. There's some guy out there right now. He's like this master magician is fucking I'm not a clown asshole. I do legit magic, you know, fucking yeah, remember, it's all the rage on TV whatever. Five, ten years ago, they had like the Chris Angel Mine Freak and David Copperfield and everything else, and you know, that's all wow and that's cool, but still I like to, you know, write my face live and in person. Hey, I like the late s behind the magic or whatever it was the mass magician that would show all, show you how to do all the tricks, like how to saw someone in half, and like you got to see it all. I didn't know they did that. You see this like a behind the music for magic? Yeah, yes, it's like this guy wearing like a it almost looks like a luchador wrestling mask, and he it's on Hulu. I think my ten year old watches it all the time, but it's I remember watching it when I was a kid, like I mean I was probably ten, ten or eleven when I watched it. So like, I mean it had to be late s and I it was. It was so cool. You got to learn how to do the tricks. Now, I mean, you know, they've got like expensive get ups and set up. So sure, yeah, you're not going to be able to perform them, but you know how they're done. He just saw saw somebody in half at home. You can't just grab a refrigerator box and start practicing. But it is interesting. You mentioned he was wearing a mask, because I was thinking that's like the magician's code. You can't tell the trick, otherwise you going to get fucking whacked. Yeah, so that's why he was probably like, you know, if I wear this mask and don't reveal who I am, I can reveal all these tricks and no one can blame me. Huh Oh, wow, I prefer my tricks on the street, if you know what I'm saying. Slip a little twenty for a little gum gum down below. That just just made no sense. What the Hell am I talking about? Let's talk about New Year's Hey, listen to you say New Year or New Year's or did does it matter? That's a good question. Let's see. Happy new I say happy New Year, happy New Year, because I think I'm before this. The little before the Segue, I screamed happy new years and I felt stupid about it afterwards. Nothing I would say new year. Well, I know there's I didn't say happy New Year, I said it plural is, and you know, maybe maybe that's good too. I'm wishing you many but maybe maybe there's like it's it's a it's possessive. So it's like apes. It's not just like years as a plural years, it's like your years. I don't know. We from like Hey, welcome to selling out. We're going to talk about magic forever and now here's a talking English lesson which I am no no way, shape before skull. Feel that's not a scholar. But listen to two thousand and twenty. Man, I am fucking tripped out, completely and utterly fucking out of my mind thinking about this now, because I didn't realize. I'm dumb, but I had no idea that this was the start of a new decade. It didn't even dawn on me. I'm like, we're clicking from two thousand and nineteen nine being the appropriate number here, to zero. Come on now. But someone brought it up to me the other day and I was flabbergasted.

I don't even know why I didn't blip on my radar. Yeah, that the only thing I've been thinking about is all the puns about seeing clearly this year and Blub Bla, blah, Blah Blah. What are you talking about? Seeing cleanly? Twelve Division Two Thousand and twenty? Yeah, come on now, I know, but that's just lousy. Who'd fucking write that kind of she's? It's like, I mean, I just I just know it's gonna it's going to happen. Or after two thousand and twenty, like two thousand and twenty one, everyone's going to be like, well, we didn't see as clearly as we thought last year. Like it's going to be like just bad jokes for like a year to beat him to the punch. Make the meme now, just throw it out there on the Internet. Come on, be that guy. Gotta let it get its cycle. You know what a meme has, like a two month cycle and then it dies. So let's go ahead and get it started. I have no idea the cycle on a meme is that. Is that like a legit timeline? Two Months? I don't know. I still feel like I see the same ones over and over from like two or three years ago. So I'm I could be way right. Yeah, I'm not hip I'm not with it. I don't know what the Hell is going on, but still, you know a lot of people now they're into, they say they're not like me, resolutions. What are you going to change going into the New Year? I think you being a set up for failure. I'm sure you'd agree with me. Do you do resolutions? No, but I got a weird little bit of inspiration the other day with where I was like, you know, I'm a big guy, it's time to start dieting and kind of watching what I eat. And it may have just been that I was turning thirty one and I was like, you know, I'm not that. That's a hundred eighty pound kid I was in high school anymore. I'm like two of those now. We just tell the truth. You were masturbating and you couldn't see your own Dick. That happens, terrible. And what happens, man? That's like the sign that's likely. You must be this tall to go on this ride. That's also the Oh shit, I came and see my own member. I got to lose some weight. What am I spanking down there? I have no idea. When I was a kid, I was I was really heavy as a kid also, and I remember my Stepdad asking me. He goes, do you have a Dicky do? And I was like what's a Dickie doing? He goes, that's when your stomach sticks out further than your Dickie do, and I was like, Oh, so that's my biggest fear in life now, is having a Dickie do. Is that when you also call the police on your stepfather? I mean, that's a weird thing to say to a little kid. Well, I was pretty, I mean, I was Chubby. I mean, doesn't matter how fucking fat you were. So good thing to say to a minor hey, I never thought of it as being weird because nothing ever weird happened. It was just I think he was making fun of me being fat. I guess it kind of ties into the to the decade as a whole, because we have, and I'm not even necessarily, you know, trying to strike against it and say it's bad, but a very sensitive culture when you cannot say certain things or do certain things as we may have been able to twenty years ago. Right, yeah, yeah, it's people are sensitive, very, very and I get it, you know, but I mean this is something your Stepdad said to you many, many years ago, but nowadays that would be if someone, let's see, he said that to you in a parking lot of a supermarket, that would raise red flags for somebody. Oh Yeah, for sure. He is a dude outside asking a kid if he's got a dickey due fucking lock lock down, you know, and I don't do the resolutions either, and I also can't see my Dick when I masturbate. But you know, it's one of those things where I have goals. I try to set goals for myself every year. I always let myself down. So this year I'm kind of lowering the bar a little bit. Let me really a lot. So there's no losing weight, there's no go back to school, there's none of that crap. None of it really right now. Mine is more, eat more fatty foods, try to make sure you're you raise your triglyser rides. You know what I mean, that kind of stuff, because that's actually shit I can accomplish. You could just call it living happy and not giving a dime young. It's what you call it. I just I'm going to burn.

I'm just making all that up. Anyway. I have nothing. I really have nothing. So I mean, good for you for trying to lose some weight. But yeah, again, it's not really a new year's resolution or anything like that. It's more of like I hit thirty one and I was like, you know, I'm single and thirty one and overweight. Something's got a change and it's not going to be my way. Are My my age. So yeah, I figure change the weight. But you could have plastic surgery. That's like reversing time, right. Yeah, but then you know, if it goes wrong or it looks bad, then like I'm the guy that got plastic surgery and Oh, would always look bad. Always, it doesn't matter, it's always bad. I mean, I don't want to get like the facelift, or have you ever seen when people get the facelift and they look like their eyes are like super wide open for the longest time? I get botox all the time. Do you really sure I'm getting some Collagen as we speak? No, I've never done that shit. You see me, I know I'll do is a fucking day as long I've never had any work. Come on now, get out of here. But I was excited because I was gonna ask you know, hey, what do you think should I get some. I'm getting no, no, Hey, toapester the two thousand and ten as a whole. Looking back, what is the most memorable thing about the past decade? WHOA, let's for ten years. Yeah, is there something that kind of struck you? A trend, music, movies, you know, anything, an event? Well, I mean, if you're going to if you're going to look at the entertainment point for the last ten years, you gotta you have to clearly say the marvel movies and Superhero move, the superhero industry that has blown up. Heard everything is all about superheroes and being a nerd. That is completely different from when I was in high school, even, you know, and and that was all the stuff that I like. Like, I like video games, I like comic books, and all my friends were like that's lane. Yeah, they punched you the face, your little fat face, said take this, dicky do. But that's what's cool now. Like, you know, there's nerdy hot girls and they do their they wear nerd glasses and it's a fashion trend and it's cool into that. That's your style. You want some of that. I mean again, you're not too picky. I'm not picky. I mean I can't be well the superhero films. You know, it's kind of like a double edged sword to me because, much like yourself, all be it that I'm older, being a comic book Fan was never considered cool or hip, and I don't feel bad about that. I'm kind of glad that I grew up in an era that I did, where you kind of free to explore stories on your own and you didn't have any kind of outside media trying to influence what was going on with them per se, or at least on a ton or any quality stuff. That is so right. It was really a golden age for me, if you will. But you are completely correct. I was doing a little research before we came on the air today and the top ten list of the movies from the two thousand and ten is pretty much littered with superhero movies. Jurassic world sticks its nose in there and lion king and I think there's a Harry Potter movie in there, but other than that we're basically looking at all marvel movies. Either that or or remakes of some sword or reboots. You know, we've had ghostbusters get a reboot and now kind of a continuation, like you said, Lion King, Aladdin or bringing all these Disney movies to live action, and I mean it's either reboots or superhero let me see, I'm looking at the list right now, and in the top ten movies is there's a remake in here. I would consider the lion king a remake. Yeah, for sure. Other than that I was sweet. Off The top ten list avengers endgame, Star Wars, the force...

...awakens, avengers infinity war. Number four is Jurassic World, as I mentioned, Lion King, the avengers furious seven, which kind of perplexes me that that many people go see. That's fucking fast and furious movie. AVENGERS age of ultron to Black Panther, and then the listens round it out by Harry Potter and the deathly hallows. So you'll see here I got one to account very slowly. Three, four, for those are marvel movies. Will avengers movies period, not not even probas more if you talk about Black Panther. And Yeah, most of them are Disney movies too. So and and it's long lasting franchise is like, unfortunately, the fast and the furious franchise or one of the durassic parks is up in their addressic world or whatever. Fuck that up. I'm a big Fan. That my whole house. Hey, I'm crazy for Jurassic world, Jurassic Pack. I like them too, and I'm completely fine with them. Keep making them, and maybe I'm part of the problem because just keep making the franchise franchises I know and love, and you know, let's stop making new films. Well, when you mentioned remakes, I was talking with my wife, you have the day about overboard and I don't have any numbers in front of me, but I assume nobody went to go see the remake. And I even told you you didn't even know they made. Know that, ha ha. There you go. You See, that was a movie. Do you remember the original with Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn? Yeah, okay. I was like, who is clamoring for that? Who was, you know, picketing outside saying please make a new overboard? I don't think anybody. It's a sign of how desperate the time names have become. We're in there just remaking shit to remake shit right. Don't even have an emotional connection to it, you know, but they still just Oh, I'm devoid of any original idea. I'm going to throw it out there, but I don't know if that was unique to this decade per se. Do you know, I feel like we've had remakes, but I feel for a long time. But I feel like a lot more remakes are happening now. I was going to ask, do you think like when when we look back at you know, a couple of years ago they did a Robo car and if you watch the first robocop it, some people say it's a classic, I love it because it's just out there and ridiculous. But then, you know, some people are like no, it's terrible, and I get that too, because it's kind of like a weird kind of camp almost. But then, like, you watch the new one and it wasn't so good. Now do we think that the old one is good because of its charm and there was nothing like it really before and it's nostalgia, or do we poopoo on the new movies just because they're not our movies? Yeah, I saw the new robocop in theaters as a big fan of Robocop as a kid growing up. And now I don't know exactly when I was saying it, but I did mention to my friends and the like why aren't they making a new robocop? We have the technology now. We have CGI imagine what they could do with a franchise like robocop. Right. I didn't mind the new one. and was it fantastic? Was it all I expected? No, and I've talked about this with nate in the past on the show as well. I'm not a complete robocop remake sympathizer, but I can I can appreciate it for what it is. Now, more to her point, and I don't know if I'm kind of going in the wrong direction here, but I've had a conversation with the had another friend of mine when he sees something new and he believes it's ruined the past or it doesn't pay homage or it's not true to the original, he feels like it ruined that one. Like he did even want to go watch the originals anymore because, I I's fucking ruined. They had to come up with this new fucking movie to fucking suck her this new book, in this case with the friend of talking about. So for me, I don't subscribe to the same train of thought because the originals are, you know, over here on the shelf by themselves and...

...then remake is over. Here I can separate and kind of, you know, enjoy whatever I want to enjoy, no matter what has come since. Yeah, and I feel like a lot of that is he you could easily just say star wars. I'm not a Big Star Wars Fan, so I'm not. I'M NOT gonna be the one that's like, oh, the old ones are good and the new ones and the prequels, but I star wars fans, as I feel like, are really bad about that, like, oh, it's all ruined. Well, didn't you like the the original three? MMM, you know, movies? Yeah, well, the my why do you stop liking them? Because you watch solo or whatichever movie? They're still there. You can watch him whatever you want, man, you know. Yeah, now, I thought this was funny and I haven't gotten to make this point to anyone yet. I was thinking about this the other day. With the Star Wars movies, how like the original trilogy is the Holy Grail of Star Wars, right, and George Lucas directed. Also directed the prequels right, and everyone hates the prequels for the for the most part. I know there's some people that are like no, they're actually not. Okay, but now that Disney has, you know, the the new trilogy or what? However many movies are in this new bunch? It's a trilogy, everyone. Three, come on, both. Yeah, but there's also solo and, yeah, rogue, the one shot. I don't know. Okay, I get Jaggetch, I'll give you a pass. Go on. But a lot of people are like, oh, Disney's ruined star wars, but didn't you also hate all the the prequel episodes that George Lucas didn't? George Lucas ruined the prequels? And I don't know, I just thought that was really funny, like, do you think George Lucas would have done any better, because he made the prequels that everyone shits on? I'm glad you brought this up because it's something that came to my attention in this decade. Is this whole concept of toxic fandom. Oh yeah, it's bad, we're well, that's that's like a term I would have never used because I can appreciate people's opinions, and it's like someone saying, Oh, you're a troll or your toxic. To me it's like, well, now that is grumpy. You know, but I get it. I get them. People have to label everything and kind of classify what something is to kind of, you know, bump for protect themselves from being bombarded against it. But that is a two thousand and ten term, this whole toxic where there's fandom or masculinity or whatever the case may be here. But that's been the key word, if you will, now in Star Wars. I'm not when I was a kid I love Star Wars. I went away from it when I get older. So I wasn't one of those fanatics who'd wait in line outside the movie theater. I just check out the movie whenever it was on dvd or what have you. Right and I like the new ones. I have no problem with might prefer them to the prequels. Of course they're better made. I think the stories are better, but I can see a group of fans hating them as well, and that's their right to do so, I suppose, but I don't know, man, it's weird. I just think that no one would really give two shits about my opinion anyway. If I spent my day on twitter all day, every day, it's been like, Oh, Fuck Ryan Johnson, fuck you, you sort of a bit old. I can't believe they do this. Click any clack, clack clack. You know? Yeah, I don't know. What do you expect? It's going to happen. You're going to get the other naysayers behind you. You're going to have a crew online, people you've never met. You going to feel like fucking tough guys. And then what? What? What happens after that? You make in money? You getting rich? No, it's like the people with their release the Snyder cut. They need this snyder cut of Justice League because he didn't finish the movie. JOSS whedon ended up taking over the project, but the thing was justice league sucked. It doesn't matter how much better the story was. Fucking Shit. So you telling me that the Josh I'm not Joss whed I'm sorry. There's the snyder cut is going to be leaps and bounds better, like it's a completely different movie. Isn't there a superman movie?...

That's the the what's the cut of that one? There's A it's slipping my mind. I Oh, wait, are you talking about the Richard Donner? Yes, the Richard Donnan. That was superman too, I believe, because he get kicked off the project and someone else came to finish it. But I mean, did that make it any better? Because I've I'm not a huge superman fans. I don't know what the difference I don't think I've ever seen the donner cut exclusively, so I can't speak to that with any clarity right but I'm going to be a toxic fan about a fucking Goddamn Fucker, Richard Dawner. I don't know, man, I don't know if. But that's this whole Internet culture and stuff like that. I know it didn't start in this decade, but it's really become something else, or at least I've noticed it over the last ten years, and I've been weary sometimes about writing certain things or saying certain things because I'm like, what's what's really the point? Someone's going to fucking yell at me for having a fucking opinion. That's why I got my podcast for. If you want to hear my shit, you willingly download it or you click play on one of the websites, which I hope you all tell your friends to do the same thing that you were doing right now. But still you were here to hear me speak. You know, right, the Internet that is scrolling down a wall and say you read something just pisses you off. No, it's not. It's not needed. So you know, and and a lot of the social media like toxic fandom. It's knee jerk reactions that you can do instantly, like on twitter, if I see that you wrote something bad about my favorite movie, it's a knee jerk reaction of Oh yeah, well, you're dumb. Why defend it, though? That's something that always blows my mind. It's that kneed. You're a great even then it's like, I don't make a fucking dime off the movie. I am paying to see the movie. I'm getting up my heart earned dollars for a multimillion dollar corporation. Why do I have to defend them? Let them defend themselves. And they're not going to do it because they put out the product in the first place, easy to buy. Or you don't. You like Cokey Drinky? You don't, you won't. You know what I mean right. So I don't get how fucking people, and this is a big thing on twitter as well, because that's one the main social media I use. Oh, this movie made domestically two billion fucking dollars Hah, we told them. My what you didn't tell what are you talking about again? You're eight fucking in front of a computer screen, eating ramen noodles, you know, hoping you can save up some money for some new sneakers in a month, while these fucking big WIG executives are all getting fucking blow jobs from hookers and cocaine. fucking yet cruise isn't shit because they made this fucking movie. So why are you the person who needs to be the gatekeeper and fucking defended? I why people do this is beyond me. Right. Yeah, no, I totally agree. It is. It's a everyone's everyone on the Internet has an opinion. That's what it comes down to. Everyone's got an opinion and everyone's got to be right, and you're never going to convince someone else that their opinion is right. Have an opinion right now. You want to hear it. What's that? Yeah, it's of course, because we're talking about entertainment. Kind of going through the two thousand tens a little bit. I'm sure we're a little scatter shot of that's fine. The music sucked. I don't care what anybody says, and you know you, like my normal cohost nate are into certain bands and stuff, so you're more into the no one what's coming out. I mean, as far as like rock music and metal and stuff like that, I'm not really subscribed to anything, so I basically just here. I mean there's some bands I like, don't get me wrong, and I try to follow them and see what they're coming out with, but they're primarily older. So I'm more exposed to newer stuff. What my wife might listen to in the car when she's driving, the top forty stuff, and good God is fucking horrible. It's the worst. Yeah, I agree, and I feel like that's I feel like we're also in a time where the top forty kind of thing isn't...

...as relevant, I feel like, because of all these soundcloud rappers and, you know, all the Oh yeah, what? However dragatory you want to be towards any musician, it's so easy for any musician to put music up on spotify and you have the you pay the the spotify plan and you get unlimited downloads or whatever it is. I've got apple music and for the last like three months that I've had it, I download probably in a week I probably download fifteen different albums. Okay. Well, I'm driving around at work and just listen to music all day long, and so I'm I find what I want to hear and I don't. I don't normally I don't even know what music is popular right now because I don't listen to the radio. Like I'll find a band or find a song, I'll be like, oh, like this, I'm going to download their whole album and see if I like anymore. Well, was funny you bring up downloads, because this decade in particular was the end of the record industry as we knew it. CD sales were still valid as far as keeping numbers up until two thousand and twelve, but around that time period they dished it for downloads. Yep, so it was like physical media. Yeah, we don't really gage it on this anymore. We're in, you know, TV, right, we all stream, so we don't have to worry about the Nielsen Ratings as much anymore. Music we don't have to worry about again physical media. We just talked about movies. There you go. Box Office is still solid. That's a reliable way to track how much some thing made and what have you. And people I still have to drive to physically go to a theater and see something for the most part right. But yeah, music really changed a lot over the last twenty years, but especially in this decade when it came to popular music. So I was going to say I'm happy that this decade didn't really spawn, let's say, like a boy band trend. But if I said that I'd be wrong, because something came out of the woodwork that I loathe with all my being, basically because it has its humble origins in boy bands, and that's KPOP. Yeah, how people enjoy this, this bubble gum, useless fucking music that is created by a record label just assembling whatever kids that they think there are attractive. Yeah, we've seen the formula. Of course it always works, always tried and shrews. I understand that, but as someone who appreciates music, it's just utter fucking Gob bit. Is Terrible. And I will say this, and this is a confession, if you will, and I've said this on the air before, but I feel it bears repeating. Okay, is I don't mind. Taylor Swift. Okay, bold statement, will you see the bull? But I still think she chased the right her own music. She sounds pleasant. I understand it's a, you know, pop esthetic. Now I could. I mean, you know, there's a musician is still a musician. Like I'm under the belief I had, no matter how terrible a band is, there's one song that you're going to be able to tap your foot, like if they've got a ten songs on an album, there's going to be that one song, no matter how bad it is, you'll still be like, I don't know, I'll tap my foot to that. You know. Well's weird to you look on the you look on the credits now for a song and back of the day would be Metallica, written by Lars Ulric, James Headfield, Jason Newst it, you know, and Kerk Hamet. And now was it produced by this person? And and now you look and it's like twenty five fucking people that are involved in this song, you know. And one could say, oh it's a collaborative effort. Imagine all that talent in one place. And for me it's like, well, I think that's a weakness of the song writer. What you need fucking all these people to kick in. And fucking imagine the royalties on that. To you paying fucking twenty five people a piece of one song. Wrestling this a lot of people, the ninety nine cents off of Itunes or whatever it is, has to split it twenty five lays plus the record...

...label gets there, because I don't know how it works out, but yeah, and I don't know. But back on the music thing, I thought Adele was good. She kind of really broke out this decade. They played her songs a lot in the radio which were overdone and could make someone I could see them getting nauseated over it. But I still think she's a very talented person and that's what I kind of look for when I like music, is like, Oh, they have a unique talent, something you can kind of pinpoint and go, oh, that voice is something I've never really heard before or unique or you know along those lines. So I thought she really had it. And again, you know what I meant, the tale of swift thing, and you say it's bold. I don't have any albums, I don't fucking wear a t shirt, I don't have a tailor, swift foam finger, if you will, but if it comes on the radio I'm like yeah, yeah, you don't have to change it, it's fine, it's okay. Yeah, yeah, no, for sure, I totally agree with that. Good, good. How about fashion? Well, about the trends of the two thousand tens? Anything appeal to you? I mean, I can't really remember like what fits. That's the problem with this question as like is it? Is it early t s that I'm thinking that this trend happening, or is it you are so old now when it all blends together? You hit and you were official a senior fucking citizen. I mean I'm over thirty now, so I mean I've got three decades underneath me. So, yeah, I don't know. I I kind of can't remember what falls into the fashions because I have no sense of fashion. I've had long hair since I was in high school and I've had a beard since I was you know, was able to grow one, and I wear band tshirts and jeans. So I have no fashion since at all. So what's been popular the last ten years that I've missed out? I honestly, as of yesterday, I would not have been able to tell you. I would have, for example, there's a hairstyle, I would have just automatically called like your dicky do, the Douchey do, like every douchebag on the face of the earth has to have this fucking hair cut. Yeah, and it's kind of like in the S, right when it was cool to have you the hair shave underneath but long on top. You're right, yeah, it's cool for like, I don't know, like a year, but then after that, you yeah, every fucking piece of Shit's got one of these. Come on now, but apparently there's something. Well, I only really associated ever with a punch, but now it's a hairstyle called the undercut. Oh, I think I know what you're talking about. Okay, maybe, well, I don't know how I describe it, but this, this variations of this where some people even will shave a hairline into their head, which is really very see, like soccer players, like famous soccer players, they always go all the gel in their hair and they get this fucking they look like yeah, dinks. That that's part of it. The whole undercut with a you know, I don't know. I think this band, speaking of music, Mac Lamore, the guy, I don't know if that's a guy or just the name of the band, so much I know about them, but he had the undercut. Yeah, yeah, I don't know. I don't want to speak that I don't that I know or something. Oh do you? Well, I was gonna say like, Oh, it's one guy, and then I second guess myself and I was like, HMM, maybe maybe I don't know what I'm talking about. I'm not hip. All right, right, well, let's that's been fucking really established since the get go. On the show I say it. I say at at least once per episode. I'm just not, you know, cool, whatever. I just do my own fucking thing and that's the way it is. Yeah, take you to leave it, baby, but yeah, I mean, I don't you know what. Well, there's the one fashion trend that's that's actually picked up in the last ten years, that, I will say, tattoos and piercings. It's getting more and more acceptable because I remember, you know, early s you aren't going to get a job if you had a tattoo, and now everyone makes it a point, if they're a doctor and they have tattoos, to show...

...them off and be like so you, I'm a doctor and I have tattoos, I'm cool, I have a man button. It's that. There you go, this another hairstyle for you. The whole man Bun thing right to be a fucking hipster. See, okay, I've got real I've had long hair down to my ass and I've cut it. I've had one hair cut in the last six years. You proud of this? Is Your phone? No, claim to frame what? No, no, I'm saying it because I just don't like getting my hair cut, like I feel like I look stupid, so I just let it grow and grow until it's a problem and I'm like, you know, it's the time. But I used to put my hair up into which I called it a Mun. Okay, because it's a man Bun. I get it, but it wasn't like Douchey until like halfway through, you know, two thousand and fifteen or something like that, and everyone was like, Oh, you got a man Bun, and it did. It made me feel Douchey. Did you have a lot a with your with your Man Bun? No, no, I didn't, I wasn't. I did it because, like, I was working, because I work in the old fields, I had to put my hair up and get it out of my face so I could do this, that or the other, and then of course I'd get made fun of for having it up. In a Bun. Okay. Well, you being made fun of because you're surrounded by a hill billies and rednecks, or because people were like, Hey, we try to be cool, man, you trying to be one of them fucking swabs, as the bitches I see on all the commercials. Now, Oh, I think it's a little call my callum be. Okay, the hill billies, little bit of this, little bit of that. Okay, I follow it. Yeah, sure, sure. As far as the rest of the fashion stuff, I can't speak to it. I don't know. Like again, if you told me cashmere sweaters were all the rage for six years, I'd be like, Oh, great, much like yourself, I just wear what I wear. I'm pretty much I a you said you wear rock band tshirts and shorts, or I wear jerseys for sports and shorts and stuff. So, yeah, yeah, you know, no sense of style for me either, one of us. I look cool. Don't get me wrong, I think I look cool. What are you talking about? No, so I'm not, you know, up to the times, but I fucking look good. Damn it. Don't you forget about it, Sassy bitch over here. All right, I look good, but yeah, Oh, and although you know, we've been kind of reminiscing here for what we can actually recall. We're having a hard time of the previous decade. But is there anything that before we stop talking about the two thousand and ten? Is that you want a note or say or anything along those lines? Who? No, no, no, I wasn't trying to make us your mouth sucked. Okay, the decade suck for you, the decade Sun. Okay, well, I will say this. I told you right at the onset of this conversation, I was making light of not having any resolutions or goals. But now I suddenly, out of nowhere, inspiration is struck. It is hit me like a cupid with his bow and Arrow and boop, got me in the side of the head. I want to bring back okay, because it's a new decade, right, we've established this. We're starting with thin, fat fresh. Oh, let's make it like one thousand nine hundred and eighty. Let's bring back the S in two thousand and twenty. What do you say? Are You with me? Yeah, but do I have to like wear like the really hot daisy duke shorts that was a thing in the s? I don't know. I don't know. I was. How was born an eighty eight? Okay, well, we'll even okay. Well, I was thinking more of like Wall Street guys with something, with a big ass fucking cell phones, the portable pones. We should take those. They look like they're more suited for the military than they are for civilian use. Or if you could build a house if you had enough of them. How's that work? Now they're just giant bricks. What the fuck does that have to do with anything? What are you talking about? Well, I was just saying our phone should be giant bricks. Again. No, Oh, lad, you like. Oh, I got a lot of lincoln logs. I can build a house. That was the s not the S O.

...stake my claim on this land. I'M gonna build generations to come will be farmity. You hear me? You heard? Anybody Messing? We me get shot. I'll shoot him. Yeah, no, no, I just mean like kind of bring back the trench from the S, some sent pop music, copious use of Bolivian marching powder. I think I was a big deal in the early so I was a little kid. So, all right, listen, this is a fucking stupid idea. You can't really fucking follow me on and I should never even brought it up. Well, you know, stranger things and you know there's a couple of things that are s related that are kind of making it mainstream again. You want it, but maybe you live it. Well, yeah, I'll live it all right, there we go. Everyone's smoking and everyone. You know that I don't recommend vague. Okay, in two thousand and two thousand and nineteen eighty, that will be the full name of the year. Two Thousand and thousand nineteen and eighty. No Smoking, but you can vape and still use again, the Bolivian marching powder, if you know what I mean. Okay, and if about the two thousand tens. I do want to say, though, to all the listeners out there I appreciate you taking the time to hear me and toby basically read loan about shit that we have no idea about, and hopefully you've all had fantastic holiday seasons. But here's something I do suggest, and here you know, I said I wasn't a resolution and guy and I'm very low on goals, but I want to hear from you. That's right. You see, it's easy. You want to reach out to the selling out show. Find us in all the social media platforms at selling out show or you can send us an email if you one of them pre two thousand and ten kind of people selling out show at GMAILCOM. That would be a great way to ring in the New Year for me to get some input from you. We've now reached the part of the program where I would like to thank the show is sponsors, because they provide some great products to us and, as a result, I get to give some awesome cupon codes to you. First Up, we have Northland Vapor Company and they can be found at Northland vaporcom. They are the makers of some truly outstanding e liquids for Vaping, and let me tell you something. All of your liquids and juices are dike, tone and artificial sweetener free. And you may be asking yourself, why is this important in what are you telling me this for? Well, in this day and age where everybody's concerned about what you're putting into your bodies, it's nice to know that northland cares about telling you what they are putting in their product. Plus, their motto is quality doesn't need to be costly, so they're not going to rake you over the coals or rob your wallet just because you choose a healthier lifestyle of vaping over smoking. And if you visit Northland Vaporcom, you can save nineteen percent off your entire order by using codes selling out nineteen. Next up we have spunk lube. Oh boy, how I love me some spunk, makers of award winning lubricants, and I know some of you out there might be a little timid, might be a little bit shy and think, Oh, I don't know if I want to use those, I don't even know if I want to order those. Well, first, let me tell you the shipping process is incredibly discrete. You're not getting a big package in the mail that screams hey, I'm buying lube. Second, you know what, Love Life can get a little bit stale. You might need to spice in it up, and the best way to do that is with spunk. While all the professionals in the adult film industry have all the fun, we you can bring spunk right into your home. Trust to me. Try It. Go to spunk lubecom today and you can thank me later. Last but not least, we have alpine hemp. The SBD revolution has arrived. If you haven't heard about CBD yet, you're truly missing out, as it can really help you with stress, sleep issues, pain problems, you name it. There's a whole Littney of things that CBD is there to help you with. I'm an avid user of CBD Myself, and let me tell you, Alpine Hempcom has everything you could possibly need, from oils to Ting sures, to gummies to edibles, you name it. They even have...

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...group of people and mass who also remember this incorrectly. Right, okay, yes, in in a big, huge amount of people will remember stuff incorrectly. So let me give you. Okay, you watch the Star Wars movies. Hold, I'll talk. Well then, I'm sorry. Before you go forward, I'm looking this up because you kind of fucking Piss me off. Of The barn stain bears with the first thing that comes up when i Google it is your spelling is correct, according to Google, which we all know. Google is everything. They know it all. But then the first article says this crazy the Berenstein bears conspiracy theory will blow your mind. Yes, that's what I'm saying, but all of the phone against a Goddamn well, I just spit all over my pop filter, my microphone because I'm Angorie how this could be true. Well, that's that's one of the most popular ones, is the stains Stein argument. Some of the other ones are small, like they're just small little details, maybe a different spelling of something, just kind of like the the that one. So let's let's do some quotes. I like the quotes the the most because they're they get used in so many other movies and TV shows. So, for example, Star Wars. Yes, go back to that. I'm sorry, I always jump all over the fucking place. That's in you. You're fine, because this is this is going to this is going to mess with you. I swear, I know it will. I am your father, right, the line, the one of the most famous lines from the movie. What does he say before that? Do you know what he says? I just NART. I just watched this on Christmas. I think afterwards, after he says like search your feelings. You know is true. What does he say before Luke, I'm your father, or does he does he say Luke? Does he say look, no, don't. He does not say Luke at all. Right, and if you watch the Simpson's family guy, whatever TV show they parody it in, they always say Luke I, I'm your father. He says, no, I am your father. Okay, and it's a little thing, but it'll drive some people crazy and they'll be like no, it's not and they'll go back and watch that scene, just like in Snow White. What a day. You've seen Snow White Right, come on, when I was a kid, sure not recently. Do you know, like the little the Mirror on the wall? Yeah, he's everyone remembers it as mirror, Mirror on the wall. WHO's the whatever of the MARST? Yeah, yes, so it's not Mirror Mirror, it's Magic Mirror, is what she says. Okay, that one makes me a little less angry because I really don't give a fuck about Snow White. Yea, right, right, first two. I mean, I am Lud Shit turning red here, topester. I'm getting mad. I don't like this. This is not entertaining for me. Is it okay? Carry eating? How about the movie jaws? Sure, hit me with Joh yeah, please, one of my favorites. When he's talking about a bigger boat. What is the quote? I think we need a bigger boat. Okay, we need a bigger boat so people remember it. We're going to need a bigger boat. HMM. In the current version, he said he all he says is you're going to need a bigger boat, not we ah you, but dude, it's like these fucking okay, granted, is become part of the social consciousness. Yes, that that one word is wrong. Okay, isn't that kind of fucking nitpicky? Okay, so what about the Mona Lisa? All right, what this was a thing when right? This is going to be a big one, because I just want you what looking? What? What is the expression on the Mona Lisa? What...

...does she she looks not pleased, she's not happy in her portrait. Maybe a slight smirk. I don't fucking know. What are you gonna put now? Told me what are you gonna do now? Everyone remembers her having just a blank expression, kind of like what you're saying at first, like she doesn't look real happy, and now she is smiling, she's got the smirk. So that's where you kind of threw me off, because she does have like a little smirk now. So I don't know, I don't know what you mean by right now, or, if you're wrong, you mean by now. Well, I say now is in like. That's what the current timeline if we're going to be crazy and put our our tin fool has. The current timeline has her smiling. If you are having memories from the past timeline, she has no expression on her face. Huh. Do you remember a Jiffy peanut butter? Yeah, Jiff sure. Oh See, you corrected this one. A lot of people remember a brand called Jiffy. Okay, am I right or wrong? Just to know you're right, it's just jiff final Jif it's not Jiffy, and a lot of people think this one's like, explain, because there's jiff and they're skippy and people are just kind of mixing them up. Yes, but a lot of people will be like, no, I had Jiffy as a kid. No, you didn't. You've always had jiff peanut butter. Okay, Oh wow, okay, all right, you you said. You sound like you have more. You kind of Giddy with your okay, well, I want to see how you feel. Okay, how do I feel right now? Yeah, well, I want to see how you feel about like some of these other ones, like the and again, they're all really small ones, but they're so weird, like I'm mad. It's like I explained before, but my only question to you is this. Okay, okay, okay, alternate timelines. I am a unique human being as well, I suppose, the way I think. It's not like I believe this a hundred percent, but I've often mentioned in the past with a light flickers. I'll kind of chuckle and go up. Someone just changed something, change time someone, you know, there's a time traveler whenever, and I'll say little silly things like that. But what I really wanted to get to here was with these things being so small, I mean really, what would be the point of a conspiracy behind the whole thing? or I mean, well, so, one of the theories, one of the other theories besides the merging universes, is is that we started the Hydroun collider and it in two thousand and twelve. It messed up the entire universe, and that's why I like it's false memories. Or some people think we're in assimilation and the programmings got of messed up or something was rewritten, or time travel. Time travels a big one. People think that maybe some of these little small changes are because of time travel. Something else happened, something change something in our history, and it's kind of like a butterfly effect of into the future, like it's you did one small thing and now it's rippled through time and changed everything. But a few people have that residual memory of like Oh wait, I remember it being this way. And that's why it's a big deal, is because there's so many different theories on what has caused this thing and and there's so many of these like really silly little ones. There's even cases of like people waking up with their husband or wife and they are they're just like, I don't know who this person is, Huh, and and people claim that this is part of the Mandela effect. Now I mean, no, no, that's not mandell effects. Like, Gosh Shit, it's your twinkie defense just to get out of the marriage. Oh Shit, fuck, is this who you? I don't know you. I want a divorce right. So, I mean there's a lot of really weird things...

...that happen. There's the the tank man, tink boy. In one thousand nine hundred and eighty nine, there was a I guess this was like in China. I'm out of can't really remember where it with a Chinese government. That's what it was. Okay, so they're rolling down the street and all these tanks and then there's this guy that's holding like grocery bags that just stops in front of the tanks. There's so many people that remember this man just getting ran over and it being such a big controversial thing, but in reality he didn't get ran over. He just blocked the tanks and they stopped and that's basically it. Nothing ever happened, but a lot of people remember that he got ran over. You know I'm thinking of is like the whisper game where you just over time people are Luke, I am your father's and someone said it's another person. It is caught on and the you go. I mean, I guess it diffuses any sense of conspiracy or any kind of extraordinary event behind something. It's more coincidence than anything else, I suppose. But yeah, I mean, I don't know, man. It's a weird thing to me because I can kind of see both sides of it, like, Oh wow, how trippy would it be if something did happen or you know, I'm a fan of comic books. Everybody knows this. So I like stories and, you know, out of this world kind of tails and stuffs that be interesting or neat. But I don't know, I really I guess I'm still undecided. And what is it's actually all about? Well, my favorite. So again, I like conspiracies and stuff. My favorite conspiracy surrounded event is the JFK assassination, because there's so many crazy theories out. Sure, Oh yeah, totally. So this is what gets me with the Mandela effect. This is the one that messes me up every single time I see it now, like I feel like because when I was in high school I used to watch JFK documentaries and like I was really into it in high school. I've seen so many different documentaries on it. How many people were in the car that JFK was assassinated in? I'm not I'm not expecting you to be like, Oh, I know this because I watched all these. You know, I'm I don't expect you to know. Okay, but like, are not outside in the car? Inside the car? All Right? Well, okay, I know there was a driver, Jackie Oh, and JFK in the back and I believe there was one person sitting in the passenger side to see, because isn't that like the magic bullet theory happened? Because he hits and not leave it ricochet off of him, which was basically scientifically impossible, right? which, yeah, that was the governor, I believe that was sitting next to all right, so how many people did you count? Just not for inside the vehicle, for okay, so this is where, Mandela, something is different, and this is the one that always freaks me out. There are six people in the car really. Yeah, it's a six seater and there's a I think it's to bodyguard. It's a driver, a bodyguard in the front the governor and his wife is sitting beside him in the middle row and the seat is actually lower and down, like scooted over, and that's where the the magic bullet theory kind of comes into play, or can be debunked or what, however you want to believe it. And then Jackie and JFK are in the back. So there's actually six people in the car, and that has messed with me for so long because I specifically remember for people. I remember the governor sitting in the front seat in front of JFK and they're being a driver. I don't remember his wife and I don't remember the other security guard. You know what, because this is kind...

...of freaking me out a little bit. Yeah, I'm looking these things happen. Of course things could be doctored or whatever, but yeah, there are one two in this photo I'm looking at right now. One two, three, four, five, six, you're right, Yep, son of them, motherfuck. And it's just again, there's a lot of little ones, and that's I like to throw those out there because those are the ones people will be like, oh, that's weird. But like there's ones like that where it's like, Whoa, I don't remember that event being like them at all. Isn't that something? Skip the beer pong folks, just fucking test your knowledge of Mandela effect with your friends while drinking Bruce Kys. There you go, here you fucking go. Well, you know, I this was a substitute for your sad love life, is usually kind of throw into the show since you've been on. Yeah, but I go to admit this was definitely interesting. Yeah, maybe a little more interesting than my story about the dog last week. Nah, the dog story wasn't the one they got me. There was another story that was much, much better and if anybody out there wants to hear it's part of our archives, so go back and listen to it. There you go. I'll I'm not going to spill any beans. You guys got to hear this one because it's a really fucking good story. Yeah, you get anything else you want to say about the Mandela effect, because now I kind of feel we I feel gross. I want to go take a shower. Yeah, I think it's just one of those things where you got to find the ones that are really fun and that you can kind of remember. But that's the problem with it. Once you start looking into these, you'll start getting confused on which one's the real one. So when you try to repeat them to everyone, you're like, wait a minute, I don't I don't remember. Which is the right answer now, who oh boy. Yeah, definitely weird, weird o stuff, man, definitely out there and groovy and far out. I mean, come on, six people in the car get out here, but you did. I don't. I never use my phone when I'm recording a show, and this you compelled me to do something I don't like to do. They I add to fuck good. I had to fucking do it, because I was like, is this for real or I don't know, I don't know. Man, Geez, toby, unbelievable. But Hey, you know, it's cool. I'm glad you brought it out to the table. That's a little different for this selling out show. We don't really talk about conspiracies very often, so I'm glad you could bring your own flavor to the folks listening today. Hell Yeah, if if I know anything, it's a little bit about conspiracies and stuff. So that's that's the one thing I can bring to the awkward get together. So you know about conspiracies and Dicky doos and dicky do Dicky Dows, which is all about you and your big fat guy you can't see. Weinre and Geez, we got learned today, now, didn't we? Boy and we sho did? Hey, I'm do you did. You tell me a lot of stuff today and I appreciate it, just like I appreciate each and every one of you who have taken the time to check out our show today. Virtual hugs for all of you. Toby. If you have anything else to say, please do or forever hold your piece. Well, if you if you liked my little Mandela. There's plenty of mentell effects, stuff that we've talked about on our show. Just go check out our website, secret transmissioncom, and you can find links to all our episodes where we talk about spooky stuff. Now get stuff that is you ended with a fucking plug. That was gay. Well, you are a fucking smart guy all right, no matter what anybody else says about you. Yeah, pretty clever cookie, but hey, yeah, I am Dave. That is toby filling in for an age, and this has been selling out infirmary media. How to show...

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